Lake Huntington News 4/26

Cochecton was busy on Saturday with the Lake Huntington Fire Co. spaghetti dinner and the Lake Huntington Presbyterian Church penny social. Thank you to all who came out to make these events possible. When an organization puts on an event, it’s a lot of work. I personally would like to thank everyone who worked so hard.

Lillian A. Wachter

Lillian A. Wachter, known affectionally as “Great” to her grandchildren, died on April 6, 2018, at her daughter’s home in Crystal River, FL, under the compassionate care of Hospice of Citrus and the Nature Coast. Lillian was born in Brooklyn, NY.

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Wood sculptor Todd Lantz solicited Lumberland’s participation in Upper Delaware Scenic Byway’s (UDSB) pollinator gardens program to improve the habitat for pollinators, particularly the monarch butterfly. UDSB is offering small grants to offset the cost of plants as well as one of his award-winning sculptures (pictured here at the eagle observation site in Minisink Ford) to provide continuity for the program. The program is offered to communities who are willing to help pay and sustain it. The town board agreed that the site of the town’s existing welcome sign at the county-line intersection of County Road 31 and State Route 97 would be appropriate.

Cleanup saga deadline rolls on

GLEN SPEY, NY — Back in November of last year, the Lumberland Town Board scheduled a December 13 public hearing on a code enforcement order for an uncollected rubbish removal citation at the Bodnaruik/Henry property on West Indian Trail in Mohican Lake.

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NY campers bug PA residents

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — During the public comment period concluding the April 11 Cochecton Town Board meeting, several Milanville, PA residents, newcomers to the area, expressed frustration with noise and other conditions at Landers Skinners Falls Campground.

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Highland Supervisor Jeff Haas is pictured on April 10 as he presented certificates expressing the town’s appreciation for the extensive efforts of Highland’s volunteer emergency services during the March 2 to 11 storm emergency. 

Wrapping up the March storm

ELDRED, NY — Saying that he hoped not to miss anyone, Highland Supervisor Jeff  Haas tried to thank all of the town officials and volunteers, both organized and individually, who left their own homes and families to help their neighbors during the storms and related emergencies during the period of March 2 to 11.



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